Police Constable Alison Elderfield, has been awarded a long service medal for being in the force for 20 years last month.
The 46-year-old, who lives in Potten End, is based at Stevenage Police Department with the Roads Policing Unit and joined the Constabulary in 1998.
Alison is no stranger to receiving police awards as in 2005, she was the first officer to be awarded the Road Policing Officer of the Year in 2005 in memory of PC Andrew Morton and Sergeant Ian Alexander.
Initially working in Watford, Alison then moved to the traffic department in North Watford.
The police officers who were recognised were presented with their awards by the guest of honour, the high sheriff of Hertfordshire, Sarah Beazley MA PGC.
The Chief Constable’s Awards Ceremony looks to recognise regular police officers, special police officers, police staff and members of the public who can be honoured for their dedication and bravery.